Busy couple of months with publications ranging over eye gaze, fidget spinners, research practices, app design and more!
An fMRI study that correlates abnormally high activation in the subcortical system with the eye avoidance of autistics in daily life.
The paper explores instances of self-regulatory occupational therapy toys and discusses the beneficial claims of fidget spinners for children with autism and related conditions.
A concept paper on the trials and tribulations of doing evaluation of technology for autism in the field. The concept of “role fluidity” is introduced, a way stakeholders (children included) change their role to meet the expectations of their daily work and the work of being part of research.
An innovative tech to support children with autism in understanding and practising expected interpersonal space. The system is made up of a wearable sensor and phone app. The paper discusses the design process and evaluation results.
The paper comparatively discusses the experience of mother-children reading books together either on screen or on paper.
Not the most recent one, but part of a collection that is free to access until 1st October 2017.
For more free access papers, check the Elsevier link